Sarsaparilla, more formally known as Similaxornata or Similaxofficinale, is a plant that is popular in Jamaica as it is widely believed to contain health benefits. The thorny plant has long fibrous roots and was initially introduced to the island by the Spanish, who brought the plant from Central America to
Desmodium Incanum: Strong Back; Man Back; Bee Bur or Bush. D. supinum are used quite commonly to make tea for pains in the back. The whole plant is boiled either alone, or with other plants such as sarsaparilla (Smilax ornata) .
You may want to try Strong Back Root
Strong Back Root, Jamaican Viagra (Morinda Royoc)
The common names are Duppy poison, Goat corn,Yellowroot, Cheese shrub, Morinda royoc, Red gal, Mouses pineapple, Yellow ginger, and Yaw weed.
In Jamaica the root and fruit of the plant strong back (Morinda Royoc) are boil with other herbs such as Black Wiss, Chaney Root,